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Heath Education

  • Animated Health Education - Media-rich health education website by the City University of Hong Kong.

  • Back in work - Back in Work, launched May 1999, was the first major piece of work from the Healthy Workplace Initiative, which is sponsored by the Department of Health and the Health and Safety Executive "and encapsulates a new approach to the problems of health at work."

  • BHF National Centre for Physical Activity and Health - This is the Web site of the British Heart Foundation (BHF) National Centre for Physical Activity and Health, which is "committed to exploring and promoting the beneficial role of physical activity" in the prevention and management of coronary heart disease and other medical conditions.

  • European Network of Health Promotion Agencies (ENHPA) - The European Network of Health Promotion Agencies (ENHPA) aims to contribute to the policy process on health related issues in Europe.

  • Familydoctor.org - Familydoctor.org includes public-orientated health information, produced by the American Academy of Family Physicians. The site has sections on health topics; self care; healthy living; kids health; drug information; and includes a directory of US family practitioners and an online medical dictionary.

  • Health education & behavior - Health Education & Behavior which was formerly known as Health Education Quarterly is the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education.

  • Health Education Journal - Published quarterly and carries original papers on health education, health promotion, health research

  • Health Education Professional Resources (HEPR) - a service provided by New York University Health Education Faculty and Students! This web site is designed to help health educators access to information which may be useful for professional practice.

  • Health Education Research - Oxford University Press publishes Health Education Research assisted by Stanford University Libraries'. "Deals with all the vital issues involved in health education and promotion worldwide."

  • Health Education - Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Drug Use - Explained in Fun, Easy to Read, Format

  • Health promotion practice - Health Promotion Practice is the journal of the Society for Public Health Education.

  • Health e-school - health.e.school is a school health promotion Web site, from the National Assembly for Wales.

  • Healthtouch Online - A resource that brings together valuable information from trusted sources on topics such as medications, health, diseases, supplements, and natural medicine.

  • HELP - Health Education Library for People - with many free online full-text books and magazines on health and illness.

  • Institute of Health Promotion and Education - The Institute of Health Promotion and Education offers membership to tthose engaged in the practice of health promotion and/or health education.

  • MultiLingual Health Education - Canada's multi-language resource of high-quality translated information, for professional health-care providers and their clients.

  • Public Health Education and Research Program (PHERP), resourced by the Australian Department of Health and Aged Care, provides funds to Australian institutions to strengthen education and research in public health.

  • Support for nurse educators - A site produced by the Health Development Agency, aiming "to provide a framework for nurse educators to develop a curriculum for public health and health promotion."

  • VICNET Health Education - A site created by the Faculty of Biomedical and Health Sciences, RMIT. Melbourne. Australia.

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